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Australia vs Peru: TV channel, live stream, team news & preview

Australia vs. Peru: World Cup Qualifying live stream, TV channel, how to watch online, news, odds

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With just two spots in the 2022 World Cup still up for grabs, Australia and Peru play on Monday in the AFC vs CONCACAF inter-confederation playoff, with the winner earning one of those spots. They’ll play in a group with France, Denmark and Tunisia.

The Socceroos are ready to do whatever it takes to book a place in a fifth-straight World Cup when they face Peru on Tuesday morning (4am AEST) - even if that means a penalty shootout.

The Socceroos are heavy underdogs for the one-off battle in Doha, where over 12,000 Peruvian fans are expected to be in attendance compared to just a handful of travelling Australian supporters.

To get to this match, Australia had to beat the UAE last week. The team won that match 2-1, with Jackson Irvine and Ajdin Hrustic each scoring goals in the victory. Hrustic put the Aussies ahead for good in the 84th minute.

Australia looked destined to miss the World Cup after consecutive shutout losses in March against Japan and Saudi Arabia, but now the team is on the brink of its fifth consecutive appearance on the world’s largest stage.

Peru enters this match on a two-match winning streak, beating Paraguay back in March in a World Cup qualifier and then beating New Zealand 1-0 last week in a tune-up match to prepare for this important contest.

Gianluca Lapadula scored a 69th-minute goal in the friendly match against New Zealand. The team had just one shot on target, but took eight total shots to New Zealand’s two.

With a win, Peru will play in the World Cup for the second time in a row. It would signal that Peruvian soccer is truly on the rise after the nation had missed eight World Cups in a row before 2018.

Peru and Australia will face off on Monday, June 13 (next day in Australia due to time difference) for one of the two remaining berths in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

That intercontinental playoff will be followed the next day by the other playoff between Costa Rica and New Zealand, also taking place in Doha, Qatar.

Australia topped the United Arab Emirates 2-1 in an Asian regional playoff, leaving the Socceroos as the Asian region representative in the intercontinental playoff.

How to watch and odds

Date: Monday, Jun. 13 | Time: 2 p.m. ET

Location: Al Rayyan Stadium -- Doha, Qatar

TV: FS1 and Telemundo | Live stream: fuboTV (Get access now)

Odds: Australia +350; Draw +210; Peru -140 (via Caesars Sportsbook).